Tim Graham

Tim Graham is Director of Media Analysis at the Media Research Center, where he began in 1989, and has served there with the exception of 2001 and 2002, when served ...

Tim Graham is Director of Media Analysis at the Media Research Center, where he began in 1989, and has served there with the exception of 2001 and 2002, when served as White House Correspondent for World magazine, the evangelical news weekly. He is the author of Pattern of Deception: The Media’s Role In The Clinton Presidency (1996) and co-author with Brent Bozell of a forthcoming book on Hillary Clinton’s media treatment titled Whitewash.

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How Did This Story Get on NPR?

NPR news programs often feature contributions from public-radio reporters at local affiliates across the fifty states. But this piece on Tuesday night’s All Things Considered from a reporter at WHYY ...

Keeping Up with the New York Times

David Boies and Ted Olson, the formerly-dueling duo now litigating for gay marriage in California, were the guests of a forum at the New York Times last week, and former ...

When News Isn’t National

Church burnings used to be news, in the Clinton years. Bill Clinton even claimed to remember (nonexistent) church burnings in Arkansas during his childhood. In case you missed one of ...

Dick Cheney’s ‘Rare Nod’ to Nuance?

Washington Post White House reporter Scott Wilson reported the Biden vs. Cheney Sunday-news-show battle on the front page Monday. Paragraphs two and three were interesting in how Wilson portrayed Cheney as rarely ...

We Need That ‘Green Police’

Many conservatives and capitalists watching the Super Bowl were stunned by the Audi ad mocking a “Green Police” force that would arrest you for having an incandescent light bulb or other ...

A ‘Massive Media Diss of an Artist’?

In the world’s-smallest-violin contest, George Carlin-promoters Tony Hendra and Kelly McCall roar and caterwaul at The Huffington Post over how their Crown Prince of Profanity has not received the bust ...

Actor/Activists Who Need a PR Guru

For those who remember Susan Sarandon’s didactic Haiti lecture at the Oscars years ago, the earnest celebrity aura is getting a little clouded. This year, she’s sponsoring models playing ping-pong ...

‘Brilliant’ Krugman

Monday’s New York Times carried a front-page obituary on Paul Samuelson, described as “the foremost academic economist of the 20th century.” Within a few paragraphs, reporter Michael Weinstein also found ...